About Richard Grossman Ph.D.
For the past 25 years, Dr. Richard Grossman has maintained a psychotherapy practice specializing in the treatment of people with relationship problems and general life dissatisfaction. Much of his work has focused on the "voiceless":adult children of narcissistic parents and people with narcissistic or self-absorbed spouses/partners. Prior to entering private practice, he taught and supervised in the internship and postdoctoral psychotherapy programs at Massachusetts General Hospital/ Harvard Medical School where he was on staff.
Dr. Grossman started the Voicelessness and Emotional Survival web site in 1999. The essays on this site--on narcissism, relationship issues, parenting, and therapy--have drawn tens of thousands of readers, and the Voicelessness and Emotional Survival Message Board has over 100,000 posts from people sharing (often for the first time) their personal experience with these topics.
Featured in New England Psychologist, Dr. Grossman's work has also appeared in Boston Magazine, The Boston Globe, Cosmopolitan (UK), The Brookline Tab, and other magazines, books, and web sites.
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Richard Grossman, Ph.D.
About the author: Dr. Grossman is a clinical psychologist and author of the Voicelessness and Emotional Survival web site.
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